4 Strategies for Setting—and Achieving—Goals During COVID-19
With 2020 already in the books, we’re faced with the prospect of making resolutions for 2021.
And frankly, we’d rather not.
Goals require planning, stamina, and resilience in the best of times, and these are not the best of times. We’re exhausted and have had enough of limits. Some may feel this is the year to forgo resolutions altogether, and few would question the decision; but, Robyn Landow, Ph.D., a New York City psychologist counsels that instead, this is time to stay the course. “Definitely don’t take the year off,” she says. “There’s never a time when you can’t create a goal.”